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Catching up on some pics...

Ok, time to put up some more pics, these are a few days old... I allowed my camera to be kidnapped a bit the other day and came home with nearly 200 photos so I've put off downloading them and sorting through them and playing with the photos, LOL... Many of these were taken at a play group meet up... The golden toned ones of Bryn were taken at home without a flash just after his bath (when his hair is just beautiful!), they're ever so slightly fuzzy because of the shutter speed, but it gives them a lovely soft focus look, so soft! Finally, at the
photos of the tie dyed top, at the bottom are of a top Leah dyed for Bryn, with a great little wizard on it, very cool!












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HipbubbyMama said…
Awesome pics! Oh please *please* send me those pics of Sienna! Pretty please! lol
Sif said…
Yes, LOL, my project for today is to sort out the pics and send them to the relevant people :)... It's going to take hours, literally (just getting these up took me about 2 hours, and I've deleted a heap that I felt didn't have a focus or were redundant, but there are some great ones in there :)...
Nic and Beren said…
Lovely pictures !! Love the tshirt with the triskal on it, very cool !
Cabrissi said…
These are all lovely but I like the ones of Bryn in the golden light and the close-up of Sienna the best... those are absolutely gorgeous! And I appologize again for DH abducting your camera - he's been on about what a cool camera it is ever since so I suggest next time you hide it if you don't want 200 more! LOLOL Are the t-shirts being sold? I'd love to get L ones with the paintings on them... have been saying for awhile whoever starts making non-icky boys stuff will have me in their pocket! ;-)

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